A long and windy movie of the Halloween party at the Alameda County Computer Resource Center's former location in Oakland. This was the 2002 party, and the two segments were filmed on two mini-VHS tapes, then transfered to digital with old equipment (Power Mac 8600) At the beginning of the second segment is the VAX jousting, which is the only truly interesting thing in this film. These images are uploaded for other people to manipulate however they see fit. Topics: vax, party, stock footage
The DECUS NOP SIG is dedicated to the retention, restoration and running of Nostalgic Obsolete Products. (NOP's).After it was launched in October 1977, the VAX-11 / 780 quickly became the performance standard against which all following computers were measured. The VAX-11 / 780 was rated as one VUP (VAX Units of Performance).Even today, when the industry uses a benchmark known as SPECmarks, (issued by the Systems Performance Evaluation Co-operative), the VAX-11 / 780 is the reference point... Topics: DEC, Digital Equipment Corporation, VAX-11 / 780, VAX
Spares2you offer a wide range of lampholder spares and fittings online, and vacuum cleaner spare parts for VAX, miele, dyson as well as w4 caravan accessories.Visit vacuum spares for more info. Topics: miele vacuum accessories, vax filter, vax vacuum spares, vax vacuum parts
byDigital Equipment Corporation Communication Services (see Hewlett Packard)
The VAX 9000 was the fastest and most expensive VAX and was able to compete not only as a superminicomputer or large important enterprise who could afford it, but also competed against IBMs mainframes. It featured ECL circuitry (Emitter Coupled Logic) which gave it great speed and also made it expensive. Today the machines are extremely rare. VAX 9000 Sales Video from 12/29/1991. Content about 7 minutes. Runs about 12:27. From original d|i|g|i|t|a|l corporate NTSC VHS tape. &c1991 Digital... Topics: VAX, VAX 9000, Sales Video, 1991, short, corporate, NTSC, VHS, DEC, Digital Equipment Corporation
The DECUS NOP SIG is dedicated to the retention, restoration and running of Nostalgic Obsolete Products. (NOP's). Twenty one years of Unix* software is represented here, between the PDP-7 of 1967 and the VAXstation 2000 of 1988. The PDP-7 was the original computer on which Ritchie and Thompson wrote the UNIX* operating system at Bell Labs in 1967. The VAXstation 2000 sitting on teh butterfly table of teh PDP-7 is running the Ultrix operating system. It is showing 12 windows simultaneously. This... Topics: DECUS, Poster, PDP-7, VAX, DEC, Digital Equipment Corporation, PDP-7, VAX
Part # EK-104AA-TM-001 First Edition, February, 1987 The VCB02 consists of 2 or 3 interconnected Q-Bus boards, which were supplied with the VAXstation II/GPX (and maybe others?). Topics: LK201, QDSS, VAX, VAXstation, technical manuals, computer history
An ethylene trace gas technique was used to map out fluid transport and mixing within a circular to rectangular transition duct. Ethylene gas was injected at several points in a cross stream plane upstream of the transition duct. Ethylene concentration contours were determined at several cross stream measurement planes spaced axially within the duct. The flow involved a uniform inlet flow at a Mach number level of 0.5. Statistical analyses were used to quantitatively interpret the trace gas... Topics: DATA COMPRESSION, UNIX (OPERATING SYSTEM), VAX COMPUTERS, COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, COMPUTER PROGRAMS,...
byCalogeras, James E.; Dustin, Miles O.; Secunde, Richard R
Development of solar dynamic (SD) technologies for space over the past 25 years by NASA Lewis Research Center brought SD power to the point where it was selected in the design phase of Space Station Freedom Program as the power source for evolutionary growth. More recent studies showed that large cost savings are possible in establishing manufacturing processes at a Lunar Base if SD is considered as a power source. Technology efforts over the past 5 years have made possible lighter, more... Topics: APPLICATIONS PROGRAMS (COMPUTERS), COMPUTER NETWORKS, CONTROL SYSTEMS DESIGN, LIBRARIES, PRINTERS,...
The Unix Archive contains numerous historic source code files from Unix and its programs. This mirror was made via Rsync on October 24, 2013 and via FTP on November 16, 2014. See Notes for more information. Topics: UNIX, archive, source code, AT&T, ftp, BSD, 4BSD, PDP, VAX